DECISION 2019 — CANDIDATE PROFILES

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2019 BREVARD COUNTY ELECTIONS

November 5th:

CAPE CANAVERAL COUNCIL (vote for 2)

Mike Brown (incumbent)

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Raymond Osborne

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Maria (Mickie) Kellum

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Rocky Randels (incumbent)

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CAPE CANAVERAL REFERENDUM

Economic Development Ad Valorem Tax Exemption

Shall the City Council of the City of Cape Canaveral be authorized to grant, pursuant to Section 3, Article VII of the State Constitution, property tax exemptions to new businesses and expansions of existing businesses that are expected to create new, full-time jobs in the City?

YES to approve

NO to reject

INDIALANTIC COUNCIL - DISTRICT 3

Stephen Baughn

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Amanda Prendergast

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Doug Wright

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INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH COUNCIL - SEAT 5

Hampton Black

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Scott Nickle (incumbent)

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MELBOURNE BEACH COMMISSION (vote for 2)

Kim Adkinson-Cowles

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Wyatt Hoover (incumbent)

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Corey Runte (incumbent)

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MELBOURNE BEACH CHARTER AMENDMENT 1

Administrative Supervision of Town Clerk Technical Amendment

Shall Article III, Section 3.03 of the Town of Melbourne Beach Charter be amended to correct a technical discrepancy and place the Town Clerk under the exclusive supervisory authority of the Town Manager as previously approved by electors in 2017?

YES to approve

NO to reject

MELBOURNE BEACH CHARTER AMENDMENT 2

Gender Neutral References

Shall Article III, Section 3.03 of the Town of Melbourne Beach Charter be amended to make references to the Town Manager gender neutral?

YES to approve

NO to reject

PALM BAY CHARTER AMENDMENT 1

Requiring Approval of Affected Property Owners for Certain Special Assessment Projects

Shall Section 6.02 of the City of Palm Bay charter be amended to require that before the governing body for the City may levy any special assessment involving more than fifty (50) property owners or involving a project expenditure of greater than twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000), the proposed amendment must first be approved, in writing, by a majority vote of the affected property owners who return a ballot?

YES to approve

NO to reject

PALM BAY CHARTER AMENDMENT 2

Relating to Petition Gathering and Signature Verification for Proposed Citizen Initiatives

Shall Section 3.09 of the city charter be amended to require that ordinances and charter amendments proposed by petition not be inconsistent with State law, require the use of a standardized petition form for signature gathering, require that petition signatures be verified by a city-designated official in accordance with the procedures governing signature verification set forth in Section 99.097, Florida Statutes, and clarify that petition sponsors are responsible for fees associated with signature verification?

YES to approve

NO to reject

PALM BAY CHARTER AMENDMENT 3

Governing Signature Requirements for Ordinances Proposed by Petition and Timing of Referendums

Shall Section 3.09 of the city charter be amended to reduce the percentage of electors required to sign a petition proposing an ordinance from 10 percent to 5 percent and require a referendum on a petition to amend the city charter or propose an ordinance be held at the next regular municipal election occurring more than 90 days after the city council certifies the petition or at a special election called by the city council?

YES to approve

NO to reject

ROCKLEDGE COUNCIL - SEAT 1

Michael Cadore

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Thomas "Pat" O'Neill

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ROCKLEDGE COUNCIL - SEAT 2

Shaun Ferguson (incumbent)

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Joshua Norcross

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ELECTION CALENDAR:

  • November 5th
    • Brevard County
      • Cape Canaveral
      • Indialantic
      • Indian Harbour Beach
      • Melbourne Beach
      • Palm Bay
      • Rockledge
    • Lake County
      • Clermont
      • Mascotte
      • Minneola
      • Montverde
      • Mount Dora
      • Tavares
    • Orange County
      • Orlando
    • Seminole County
      • Oviedo
    • Volusia County
      • Lake Helen

 

DEADLINE TO REGISTER TO VOTE:

The deadline to register to vote in an election is 29 days before that election.

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